Randy Haluza-DeLay has settled in Edmonton Alberta after living in three Canadian provinces and ten American states. Having been a wilderness guide, ski patroller, youth counselor, and executive director in the non-profit sector, he is now an Assistant Professor of Sociology at The King’s University College. He also runs a consulting company assisting community advocacy organizations to do community-based research. He is editor of Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada (UBC Press, 2009). Other recent research interests has focused on urban social and environmental sustainability, environmental education, community development and non-profit organizations, social inclusion, and anti-racism. Most importantly, he is a father of two great kids for whom he teaches Sunday school and coaches soccer.